Prince William and Kate Middleton have become stronger after the former's feud with brother Harry.
According to PEOPLE Royals, the differences between the two brothers have "reinforced" William's bond with his wife of 10 years, Kate.
An insider told the outlet, "In the last 18 months he [William] hasn't had Harry as his rock. The disintegration of that relationship has actually brought him and Kate even stronger together. She really is his rock.
Earlier, Sussex biographer Omid Scobie revealed a senior family member stepped in to help William and Harry reconcile.
Speaking on ITV's This Morning earlier this month, Scobie was asked by hosts Rochelle Humes and Alison Hammond if there had been any breakthrough in healing the William and Harry's fragile relationship.
He replied by saying "family fractures" were far from fixed but pointed out that due to travel restrictions, the brothers have had little opportunity to meet up.
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